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Éloge de lamour En développant des exemples tirés de la littérature ou du théâtre, A. Badiou fait l'éloge de l'amour. Celui-ci serait menacé soit par une conception libérale (mariage arrangé par exemple), soit par une négation de l'amour au profit du seul plaisir égoïste. Mais, selon lui, l'amour est une véritable expérience métaphysique de l'éternel, un risque qu'il faut savoir prendre. Free Read Éloge de lamour By Alain Badiou For Kindle ePUB or eBook – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. loge de l amour In praise of love, Alain BadiouAlain Badiou born 17 January 1937 is a French philosopher, formerly chair of Philosophy at the cole normale sup rieure ENS and founder of the faculty of Philosophy of the Universit de Paris VIII with Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault and Jean Fran ois Lyotard Badiou has written about the concepts of being, truth, event and the subject in a way that, he claims, is neither postmodern nor simply a repetition of modernity In the In Praise of L loge de l amour In praise of love, Alain BadiouAlain Badiou born 17 January 1937 is a French philosopher, formerly chair of Philosophy at the cole normale sup rieure ENS and founder of the faculty of Philosophy of the Universit de Paris VIII with Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault and Jean Fran ois Lyotard Badiou has written about the co...

  2. What s Love Got to Do With It Let me confess straight away I am in thrall to Alain Badiou, a French philosopher who was born in 1937 and therefore in 2013 is 76.I make no pretence to objectivity in this review.I share his interests, love and politics, culture and philosophy, and his analysis accords with my predisposition.What has he done He s defined a worldview with which I wholeheartedly agree in 104 pages of passionate, pristine prose.Reading it has been the most amazing and life changing What s Love Got to Do With It Let me confess straight away I am in thrall to Alain Badiou, a French philosopher who was born in 1937 and therefore in 2013 is 76.I make no pretence to objectivity in this review.I share his interests, love and politics, culture and philosophy, and his analysis accords with my predisposition.What has he done He s defined a worldview with which I wholeheartedly agree in 104 pages of passionate, pristine prose.Reading it has been the most amazing and life changing experience of my postgraduate, autodidactic life.Unbeknown to me, I have been searching for this man all of my life Socrates Anyone who doesn t take love as their startin...

  3. We must quite simply defend love because it faces threat from all sides

  4. Weirdly, this might be a great place to start with Badiou More weirdly, it isn t even available in the US It s a slight little thing, but packed with insights and beautiful meditations on the challenges of love Awesome.

  5. Read it in one go, of course Last night to be precise It was an unforgettable night The pleasures of reading about the philosophical ideas of love last longer than the pleasures of the physical expression of love, but the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive.I agree with Badiou s insistence on love as a higher ideal,than with Lacan s rational theory of love as a particle of our existence.Badiou suggests that love becomes and he arrives to this conclusion by giving gravity to th Read it in one go, of course Last night to be precise It was an unforgettable night The pleasures of reading about the philosophical ideas of love last longer than the pleasures of the physical expression of love, but the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive.I agree with Badiou s insistence on love as a higher ideal,than with Lacan s rational theory of love as a particle of our existence.Badiou suggests that love becomes and he arrives to this conclusion by giving gravity to the adventure that precedes love The adventure is separated from the initial encounter, the warm, fu...

  6. I was upstate hiding in a barn with my dying cat she has a massive oozing tumor on her tummy I was nursing a broken heart and dealing with a massively horrendous year I don t believe I have ever been as cynical or as hateful I hated the concept of love hated the fact that I was in love hated the idea that I couldn t be a robot or an automaton I don t drive, so every week a friend would drive by to pick me up to buy the week s groceries, use their land line, check my email, and to take a I was upstate hiding in a barn with my dying cat she has a massive oozing tumor on her tummy I was nursing a broken heart and dealing with a massively horrendous year I don t believe I have ever been as cynical or as hateful I hated the concept of love hated the fact that I was in love hated the idea that I couldn t be a robot or an automaton I don t drive, so every week a friend would drive by to pick me up to buy the week s groceries, use their land line, check my email, and to take a shower One week, early in January, my friend took me to Barnes and Nobel I HATE Barnes and Nobel but I did need a new book But I didn t want to see anyone I didn t want any human interaction and even dealing with my wonderful friend was a deep chore I thought I d buy some theory and picked up this book I keep meaning to read Badiou but haven t really got around to it When I saw the title I though, fuck him fuck that book But because I wa...

  7. More than 150 years ago, Kierkegaard wrote a brilliant essay mourning the loss of passion in the world His words are truer now for the modern world This short work by Alain Badiou is a passionate defence of the universal phenomenon of love in the ennui of the modern world In a world where everything including love has fallen under consumerism, where everything is calculated as an investment.He invokes other thinkers who talked about love, like Lacan, Kierkegaard and Plato He also makes the c More than 150 years ago, Kierkegaard wrote a brilliant essay mourning the loss of passion in the world His words are truer now for the modern world This short work by Alain Badiou is a passionate defence of the universal phenomenon of love in the ennui of the modern world In a world where everything including love has fallen under consumerism, where everything is calculated as an investment.He invokes other thinkers who talked about love, like Lacan, Kierkegaard and Plato He also makes the case for his view of love as a quest for truth Love makes you look at the world through the perspective of difference He argues that love is not just an experience but an event in reality It starts with an encounter and then becomes a truth procedure that leads from subjective experience to universal value He also challenges the romantic conception of love He argues for love as something that takes shape over time Love is a construction that is being made from the perspective of two.He di...

  8. A really interesting philosophical reflection, making the point that most literature about romantic love is about the event something that only has a short duration an eternal moment It is never about the difficulty of sustaining that love through time in the world The assumption with the former is that the moment links to eternity and that is enough in its pure perfection So everybody dies, or it is over etc It can t survive the ravages of time Badiou argues for a practice of love whic A really interesting philosophical reflection, making the point that most literature about romantic love is about the event something that only has a short duration an eternal moment It is never about the difficulty of sustaining that love through time in the world The assumption with the former is that the moment links to eternity and that is enough in its pure perfection So everybody dies, or it is over etc It can t...

  9. Badiou is the Barbara Cartland of philosophy.

  10. This short book compensates what it lacks in volume, with it s many contradictions.If Badiou developed some of the concepts he mentions in In Praise of Love , in adetailed book that would be useful.He refers to Christianity as a religion of love, or one that clings to the notion of love and then is used as channel to redirect love towards the church religious institution, a propaganda tool In what context is he then referring to Christianity as a religion of love He states that a ro This short book compensates what it lacks in volume, with it s many contradictions.If Badiou developed some of the concepts he mentions in In Praise of Love , in adetailed book that would be useful.He refers to Christianity as a religion of love, or one that clings to the notion of love and then is used as channel to redirect love towards the church religious institution, a propaganda tool In what context is he then referring to Christianity as a religion ...